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Old 09-03-2013, 04:10 PM
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Please SOMEBODY HELP!!!

Ok i have a 95.5 powerstroke . Its was running fine i changed the master cylinder. Was driving home(abt 30mile trip) the truck started sounding like it was missing i pulled over it it was running real rough. So i turned ff the truck unplugged my Ts 6 positon that was on 50hp. and she fired right up and ran perfect. all the way home. I went to start it the next morning and it would turn over at 200-300 rpm then jump to 5 or 6 like it was gonna start. and just keep reapeating this. 3 months later and about 60 hours of my time. Ive put in a brand new HPOP, IPR, ICP,CPS,Fuel Pump,fuel filter,cleaned the FPR Screen. Checked all fuses and relays, replaced the PCM,and tryed swapping IDMS. My fuel pressure at the shrader goes from 15 and climbs to about 50-55psi, which is good i guess. The oil has about 1,500 miles on it and the level;s are all where they should be. I had a code for a crank sensor and replaced it once with no luck so i got another just to be safe, that didnt work either. This thing is really starting to discourage me and would really appreciate some professional direction. Thanks
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Old 09-03-2013, 04:18 PM
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will it start with ether?

Have you looked really closely at your grounds? Also have you pulled the valve covers and inspected the uvch? Since you've replaced all that stuff and still no start I'd guess its electrical or you have an oil leak inside somewhere.
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Thank u for the quick response, it will fire right up with ether rev to about 3000 then quit. Thats my next step is remove the valve covers, all the injector orings are new as well as the brass sleeves. There is a valve cover.connector that has some white on it.thanks
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Rushford, please post the fix if you get it running. I'm having the same problem on my 96 and I'm at a dead end. Good luck.
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Are you getting white smoke with your cranking?
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yessir im getting a little white smoke.
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My go to impression is that you are not getting enough LPO to supply the HPOP. On top of the HPOP sump cover is a brass looking plug. Pull it and look inside. Is there oil all the way to the top? If you can't see it feed in a zip tie as a dip stick.
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alright ill do that tommorow , but isnt my gauge on the dash Low Pressure Oil? thats reading perfect at crank. thanks for the help i really appreciate it.
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alright ill do that tommorow , but isnt my gauge on the dash Low Pressure Oil? thats reading perfect at crank. thanks for the help i really appreciate it.
That gauge is tied to a 'switch', not a sensor. Once your oil pressure reaches 7psi I believe, the needle sits in the middle.

Correct me if I'm wrong.
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The gauge reads anything over 5 psi (maybe it's 7, don't remember). Even though its a needle it is in fact an on/off "light".

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